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Dynamic action for M0001.

Hi All,

On save of customized IT 9035, 2 actions should be triggered in the below sequence.

1) Save the new email to IT 105

2) Send mail to this new email ID.

But in execution, reverse sequence is executed. The step 2( sending mail) is triggered first, before even IT 105 updation. Email id is picked during sending mail is old one not the latest as IT 105 is not yet updated.

I am missing some step or there I problem with some sequencing.

9035 06 52 P T001P-MOLGA='40'

9035 06 61 P PSPAR-TCLAS='A'

9035 06 62 I INS,0105,0030,,(P9035-BEGDA)

9035 06 63 W P0105-USRID_LONG=P9035-EMAIL_ID

9035 06 64 ****SEND MAIL**********

9035 06 65 P T001P-MOLGA='40'

9035 06 66 P PSPAR-TCLAS='A'

9035 06 67 P SEND_MAIL='X'

9035 06 68 M M9035

Thanks,

Ashwini.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    Hi Aswini,

    Use '/' or /D for triggering 2 ITs , where means 0105/0030.

    U can get 2 ITs according to requirement.

    Regards

    BALA

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 08:16 PM

    This solution may or may not fix your problem but I would like you to give it a shot..

    1. Why can't you trigger the dynamic action email when IT0105 is updated. The catch could be how to send 9035 information and/or this may happen everytime you update IT0105.

    2. Writing a small sub-routine and then invoke the dynamic action for sending email.

    Regards

    Ravikumar

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